Develop Synonym Operation Why are the arrests in the Central Coast not the most serious?

Why are the arrests in the Central Coast not the most serious?

More than 50 people have been arrested in Melbourne’s Central Coast over the weekend, including three people who were allegedly involved in a home invasion, police say.

Key points:A 28-year-old man from West Footscray was arrested after allegedly threatening his neighbours with a gun, police saidThe three arrests came just days after police arrested a man in Sydney, and a woman in PerthAnother home invasion happened in Melbourne on Saturday nightThe first arrests were made on Saturday evening at a house on the 400 block of South Collins Street in Melbourne.

The man was arrested by police and charged with threatening his neighbour with a weapon, police spokeswoman Lizzie Toth said.

He was also charged with breaching bail and possessing a prohibited weapon, she said.

Police also charged a 28-years-old woman with breaching a bail order and possessing an unlawful weapon, and arrested another woman at the same address.

Both were arrested at the house of a man who police said had threatened his neighbours and another man with a knife.

They have been released on bail pending further enquiries, police told the ABC.

A 28 year old man from East Westland was arrested on Saturday, and was charged with two counts of assault occasioning actual bodily harm, and two counts each of assaulting a police officer and breaching a court order.

Police were called to the house in the area of the 500 block of Collins Street, just after 8:30pm.

Neighbours said they heard loud banging and shouting as officers moved into the house.

The 28-yr-old was charged on Saturday and appeared in the Melbourne Magistrates Court on Sunday.

He will appear in the Brisbane Magistrates’ Court on Monday.

The woman was charged later in the day with one count of breaching a bond order and one count each of breaching bail, breaching a peace bond and breaching bail conditions.

Both had been released pending further inquiries, police confirmed.

More arrests are expected over the next two weeksThe arrests come just days before a 27-year old man was also arrested in Sydney’s east and a 29-year, 29-month-old boy was arrested in Perth’s north.

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